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' near WesTec, according to Reports indicated only mi reports, damage to the car. Earnestine Anne Hutchins of .Minor damages with 54 Grady St. was driving a 1986 injuries occurred on Thursd; Honda Civic near Highway 100 March 15 in a two car accide when two children ran out into on Johnson Street and Highw the traffic. 29 north. ............ Oneofthechildrenwasstruck Bennie A. Jones, driving 1978 Ford LTD, struck Rq D. Cam'h,,vho 'as drivin!  Witnesses to the accident 1994 Roadmaster. The car, stru > gave policethe same account, in the rear, only received The struck pedestrian left the scratch on the left rear fend scene of the accident, but his and a left taillight was broken: mother called EMS and the child Jones was charged with f .... was later transported to the West lowing too close. Georgia Medical Center in *On March 19, Sabri LaGrange where he was treated Meredith McCord, 33, told poli ChHEWI " a arian Gr and released. The victim told she had witnesses that someo . NG THE. FAT- More than 50 men  .boys attended .1 third annual %vi game   this week at Antioch Baptist police he didn't see the vehicle, hit her 2001 LeSabre while t cnU,oufl .lp. halI.Troup County Commit Buck Da. (R) eagerly awaits the "hind leg" of a buck rabbit as Hogansville The Hogansville Police ing to park and left scratches ,ty nolman Larry Dorrough takes up the old hate from the grease. Dorrough cooked 27 rabbits for the occasion. Department worked several acci- her bumper. Full Coverage, 3A dents during the last two weeks. The accident remains un, In a separate accident, Paul investigation. Spray Used Arrest 'Cusser' The Hogansville Police arrested a 34-year- raan on March 16and charged With disorderly conduct and A of officers. Ccording to police reports, Carlos Gilbert of Road as using a card at Money Back located at 1831 E. Main e rderly. )olice saiGrt became and began "cussing" the When police arrived, he was telling the clerk he did- need to show ID when using card. The police attempted to place un.der arrest for disor- COnduct. After Gilbert's :offi- s. Back-up officers were it took approximately minutes to restrain Gilbert_ finally had to use which had little or ettect cm Gilbert immediate- aCcording to the report Gilbert COntinued to cing to COUnter tightly. Police were forced to use a on Gilbert to break his grip Gilbert was even. him in the police car translxa-ted to the police where he was R bythe EMS. eports state Gilbert corn- head, left arm, =g, right shoulder and right -, out oaramedics did not Fred anything wrong with Gilbert then was transported to the West Georgia Medical Center at his request. He was then taken to the Troup County jail * ON THURSDAY, March 22, police were called to 102 1/2 Frederick St. to a burglary in progress. When arriving, police said, Tmaothy and David Byrom and Chris Hannah were on the scene. Hannah told police he had seen three back males running from the window at the south side of the house a short time before. The owner of the residence, James Brumbeloe, said he had secured the house before he left to go to work and saw nothing missing from the properW. Reports state there was no forced entry into the house. A plastic window cover sus- tained light damages. Investigator Guy Spradlin found a screwdriver, a paper box and other items at the scene. IN OTHER police news, Sundee S. Glanton of 314 Boozer told police someone took $70 from her wallet, which w-ms Ln  purse locked in a closet on March 19. No further information txafld be provided at this time. Kay Edwards told police someone took 45 prescription pills from her bottle of medicine on March 2Z Noble a'uck Stop reported someone dmve off wiOrmt paying for $12 of gasoline on March 2& Shell Mart reported two driveoffs totaling $17.01. I I I I I ' III Ill 'llllll III Ill I I I IIII Ill II!ll'lr!ll[' I' IIII III ............. BHAINTHUSlr - Members of the Callaway High Junior Varsity Academic Team are left to right are, front row, Dustin Moore. Phiflip Buchan, Matthew Booth; back row, J:)f Knight, John Doyle, Holly Smith and Ricky Thrash. Discovering Gold Minds Callaway Junior Varsity Academic Team Places First in Region Most teenagers think they know it all, but there's a group of Hogansville area youthe who actnally might The Callaway High School Junior Varsity Academic Team placed first in the West Georgia Region for the second con- secutive school year. The team will participate in the Georgia Academic Team Association Meet (GATA) on April 21 in Fayetteville. Team members include sophomores Matthew Booth, Phillip Buchan, Dustin Moore, Holly Smith and Ricky Thrash and freshmen John Doyle and Joseph Knight. I Mrs. Baara  is the sponsor. . ,' ,J, /J: ,i, tt ,,',,L . , , : t l, .... ...... J. ..... ] L. II